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# Discussion: Masonic Origins of "sports"

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04/15/2012 03:21 PM
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Discussion: Masonic Origins of "sports"
I just read a MINDBLOWING post about how SOCCER has masonic origins. I already knew about baseball, but learning about the masonic origins of soccer blew my mind. I'm starting to believe that other sports may as well have masonic origins.

I hereby ask anyone with information regarding the masonic origin of any sport (or game) to post it here so we can dissect and discuss it.

Baseball was obviously created by Freemasons, as it bears the unmistakable marks of Freemasonry. The field, from home plate to the left and right field wall forms a compass; the entire outfield wall is the semicircle which this compass draws. Upside-down, overlapping this compass, the bases form the square. Thus, the baseball field is the emblem of Freemasonry. Three strikes and three outs were assigned because three is the principle sacred number of Freemasonry. Four is a number of significance because it represents a square (the shape) and deals with the four directions, thus: four balls, four bases. Nine is sacred because it is three squared… there are nine fielding positions and nine innings. This brings us to a total of twenty-seven outs per team a game…and guess what? Twenty-seven, along with eighty-one, are the only two sacred numbers greater than ten. Though eighty-one doesn’t occur in baseball, because of the presence of two nines (fielders and innings) it’s appropriate to mention the reason eighty-one is so revered: the multiples of nine, 9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, and 90 form a mirror image between the numbers 45 and 54. Also, each one of these numbers equal nine when adding the two integers which comprise the number: 18- 1+8 = 9; 27- 2+7 =9; etc. Because of this, nine times nine was deemed a ‘high’ number. This further explains the near obsession with numbers surrounding baseball averages, home runs, ERA's, etc. It is truly a game for numerologists.
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04/15/2012 03:23 PM
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"This idiot who answers here is probably the one hypnotized by SOCCER invented by Freemasons (13 original laws) with that dodecahedron ball worshipping his 11-members favorite team and even disgusing his/her kid with the costume of the team (lemme guess, Flamengo or Vasco if is from Rio or perhaps Galo from Minas Gerais or whatever else) with the rest of his /her family in the country (along with 190 million people) unable to have a single simple conversation about WHATEVER except soccer and their profession and comes here to tell O.P he is delusional???? He's gotta be kiddin'!!!!!!!!"

amazing post by this guy.
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04/15/2012 03:38 PM
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imagination will only see
what awareness says can be
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04/15/2012 03:42 PM
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olympic games

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04/15/2012 03:43 PM
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I just read a MINDBLOWING post about how SOCCER has masonic origins. I already knew about baseball, but learning about the masonic origins of soccer blew my mind. I'm starting to believe that other sports may as well have masonic origins.

I hereby ask anyone with information regarding the masonic origin of any sport (or game) to post it here so we can dissect and discuss it.

Baseball was obviously created by Freemasons, as it bears the unmistakable marks of Freemasonry. The field, from home plate to the left and right field wall forms a compass; the entire outfield wall is the semicircle which this compass draws. Upside-down, overlapping this compass, the bases form the square. Thus, the baseball field is the emblem of Freemasonry. Three strikes and three outs were assigned because three is the principle sacred number of Freemasonry. Four is a number of significance because it represents a square (the shape) and deals with the four directions, thus: four balls, four bases. Nine is sacred because it is three squared… there are nine fielding positions and nine innings. This brings us to a total of twenty-seven outs per team a game…and guess what? Twenty-seven, along with eighty-one, are the only two sacred numbers greater than ten. Though eighty-one doesn’t occur in baseball, because of the presence of two nines (fielders and innings) it’s appropriate to mention the reason eighty-one is so revered: the multiples of nine, 9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, and 90 form a mirror image between the numbers 45 and 54. Also, each one of these numbers equal nine when adding the two integers which comprise the number: 18- 1+8 = 9; 27- 2+7 =9; etc. Because of this, nine times nine was deemed a ‘high’ number. This further explains the near obsession with numbers surrounding baseball averages, home runs, ERA's, etc. It is truly a game for numerologists.
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Sports is evil. Never heard of it being occult before though, interesting.
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04/15/2012 03:51 PM
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04/15/2012 03:57 PM
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Alan Watt The Truth About Sports

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04/15/2012 04:02 PM
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